Column: Column Watch

Dec 01, 2001
LCGC North America
The guest authors discuss the use of monolithic silica columns in high-throughput HPLC, including developments and applications in combinatorial chemistry. They also explain performance characteristics for these columns and provide caveats about their effective usage.
Oct 01, 2001
LCGC North America
By LCGC Editors
Majors gives the details of this year's 25th International Symposium on High Performance Liquid-Phase Separations and Related Techniques in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
Jul 01, 2001
LCGC Europe
By LCGC Editors
Majors reviews gas and supercritical fluid chromatography columns, sample preparation products and general accessories...
Jul 01, 2001
LCGC North America
By LCGC Editors
Majors looks at solid-phase extraction devices that provide new levels of convenience, improved performance, and automation possibilities.
Jun 01, 2001
LCGC North America
Guest author Cameron George discusses recent advances in purge-and-trap systems that enable considerable reduction in analysis times.
May 01, 2001
LCGC Europe
By LCGC Editors
Ron Majors reports on product introductions at this year's Pittcon...
Apr 01, 2001
LCGC North America
By LCGC Editors
Second column of a two-part series in which Ron Majors examines trends in column introductions at Pittcon 2001. He describes GC and SFC columns, sample preparation products, and accessories.
Mar 01, 2001
LCGC North America
By LCGC Editors
The first of a two-part series in which Majors examines the trends in column introductions at Pittcon 2001. He describes HPLC columns and packings for reversed-, normal-, and bonded-phase; ion-exchange; ion; size-exclusion; and large- and preparative-scale chromatography. He also looks at specialty HPLC columns.
Feb 01, 2001
LCGC North America
A single-source reference for key chromatography terms.
Dec 01, 2000
LCGC North America
By LCGC Editors
Ron Majors discusses stationary-phase developments such as molecular-imprint polymers and monolithic phases. He also examines column stability, temperature as a separation variable, ultrahigh-pressure LC, and retention mechanisms.
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